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Two People Killed After Car Rams Group of Pedestrians in Leipzig, Germany
By Staff, Agencies
Two pedestrians were killed in a ramming incident in Leipzig, Germany, police in the state of Saxony reported.
Two more pedestrians were also injured as a result of the ramming. A 50-year-old person drove their car into a group of people, who were standing near the public transport stop on Prager Street.
Police have cordoned off the area where the incident occurred and dispatched a rescue helicopter to the site. Law enforcement officers are currently treating the ramming as an "accident."
It is so far unclear what caused the ramming, but at the moment local police are treating the situation as an "accident."
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